Liverpool $77m transfer surpasses Manchester United as Man City ‘disguised’ payments emerge

Liverpool’s summer rebuild looks to be moving up another gear, with Dominik Szoboszlai the latest man in demand at Anfield.

Having already secured the signing of Alexis MacAllister earlier in the summer, Jürgen Klopp then went in search of signing number two and he may very well be heading towards his man. That ECHOhave confirmed, among others, that Liverpool will pay the full release clause for the 22-year-old Hungarian.

Reports emerged earlier this week that Liverpool were in talks with RB Leipzig over Szoboszlai, although a transfer still seemed a long way off at the time. However, things have moved quickly, and Athletics outlined how the Reds pushed ahead with a deal when the midfielder’s $77m release clause (£60m/€70m) was due to expire later today.

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But the Reds aren’t the only ones getting some business done, and Manchester United look to have finally broken down Chelsea’s resistance to Mason Mount.

Meanwhile, the spotlight is once again on Manchester City’s financial dealings as more details emerge about UEFA’s investigation into the club three years ago.

Here, takes a scan around the other big sides in the Premier League and around Europe to take a look at the news in the other clubs.

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